Category Archives: dysphasia and aphasia

Head/Brain Injury and Dysphasia (or Aphasia) and “When a brain has been damaged, new neural pathways can be formed, learnt, strengthened and developed over time …with habit-forming, focus and practice.” – me “With focus, dedication, persistence and especially patience, support and love, a brain, … Continue reading

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